Quarterback Matt Schaub is active for the Ravens on Sunday after missing last week's game, but Jimmy Clausen could still remain the team's starting quarterback against the Chiefs.
Schaub was listed as probable on the team's final injury report with a chest injury, and he was a full participant in practice Thursday and Friday. The starting quarterback is expected to be a game-time decision for coach John Harbaugh, though Clausen took far more reps when the quarterbacks were on the field for warmups 90 minutes before the game.
Quarterback Ryan Mallett, who signed with the Ravens this week, is inactive, suggesting Schaub is healthy enough to play even if he doesn't start. Other Ravens inactives include tight end Crockett Gillmore, who had already been declared out with a back injury, as well as linebacker Albert McClellan (ankle), wide receiver Marlon Brown (back) and cornerback Kyle Arrington (back). All three were listed as doubtful.
The Ravens other inactives are tight end Richard Gordon and defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore.
McClellan has been one of the Ravens top special teams players and has been seeing more time on defense this season. This will be the first game he has missed this season.
The absence of Gillmore, missing his second straight game, and Gordon means Maxx Williams and Konrad Reuland will be the only active tight ends. They were conspicuously absent last week; the Ravens did not attempt a pass to the tight ends in their 35-6 loss to Seattle.
For the Chiefs, inactives include linebacker Justin Houston (knee), safety Husain Abdullah (concussion) and wide receiver De'Anthony Thomas (concussion), who already were ruled out. Other Chiefs inactives include quarterback Aaron Murray, offensive lineman Jeff Allen, defensive tackle David King and defensive lineman Rakeem Nunez-Roches.